Two of NVIDIA’s automotive partners have announced big plans for small trips. Autonomous vehicle solution provider AutoX and Swedish electric vehicle manufacturer NEVS are partnering to deploy robotaxis in Europe … Read article >
From rear wings to engine placement, certain design aspects of race cars are fundamental for speed. In the world of driverless racing, that element is NVIDIA. At the third annual … Read article >
Some need an illustrious career capped with a knighthood or royal wedding to climb the ranks of centuries-old English society. Last week, self-driving cars only needed a winding uphill road … Read article >
Lane markings are critical guides for autonomous vehicles, providing vital context for where they are and where they’re going. That’s why detecting them with pixel-level precision is fundamentally important for self-driving cars.
Safety is what drives us. It’s why we’re working with the automotive industry around the world to ensure automated vehicles meet the highest quality standards. NVIDIA works with key international … Read article >
Simple rule: If you can’t judge distances you shouldn’t drive. The problem: judging distances is anything but simple. We humans, of course, have two high-resolution, highly synchronized visual sensors — our eyes — that let us to gauge distances using stereo-vision processing in our brain.
Volvo Group and NVIDIA are delivering autonomy to the world’s transportation industries, using AI to revolutionize how people and products move all over the world. At its headquarters in Gothenburg, … Read article >
In a clear demonstration of why AI leadership demands the best compute capabilities, NVIDIA today unveiled the world’s 22nd fastest supercomputer — DGX SuperPOD — which provides AI infrastructure that … Read article >